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How to Create a Withdrawal Group

Note: All pages below are subject to having relevant Roles and Permissions.

On the Toolbar select Groups

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Select Withdrawal from the Group to create drop down list. The select New of the top left.

Add a Group NameDescription and Start Date which are all are mandatory fields marked with a *. Add an End Date if the Group has a limited Date Range.

Select Timetable from the left-hand menu.

Add the associated member of Staff in the Staff Name window and click the green Tick icon. Use the pencil icon to make amendments.

Note: Multiple members of Staff can be added to the Group.

Add the associated Room in the same way in the Associated Room window.

Finally, add the Associated Student Timetables by selecting the Students and then the Timetable Periods to withdraw them from.

Students can be added 1 Period at a time if a single lesson Withdrawal is required by adding the details from each dropdown panel in the record and saving by clicking the green Tick icon on the right of the record.

Details of the Group Withdrawn from will be displayed and the record can be edited by clicking on the Pencil icon on the right of the record.

When Editing click the blue Tick icon to Update or the X icon to Cancel the action.

Adding Students to Multiple Periods

To Withdraw Students from Multiple Periods, click the Add Multiple button.

Find the Students.

Next, select Add Multiple Periods.

Set the Date range for Withdrawal, then use Ctrl button and click each Period as required.

When ready, click Save.

Students or Periods can be removed by selecting the student and selecting Delete.        

Additional single Periods can still be added by selecting the Week Day and Period from the new record then saved using green Tick icon.

Use the tick boxes on the left together with Edit or Delete to manage multiple student records or use the Pencil icon on the right to Edit individual Period records.

Updated on September 3, 2020

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